Too High to Die (w Derrick Bostrom of Meat Puppets) - Episode 1017

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Too High to Die (w Derrick Bostrom of Meat Puppets) - Episode 1017

This week we're dissecting one of Rob's favorite albums, the Meat Puppets 1994 album Too High to Die , the album that, along with Nirvana's Unplugged in New York , cast the band into the national spotlight.

Meat Puppets drummer and band historian Derrick Bostrom joins us for a thorough, if curmudgeonly, conversation about the band's penchant for weirdness, frustrations with the industry, and hopes for the future.

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    Lisaa

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    laurin

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    Josh

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    Lisaa

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